Grateful Dead Live at Pauley Pavilion - University of California on 1979-11-25
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Me And My Uncle ->
New Minglewood Blues
Easy To Love You
Lost Sailor ->
Saint Of Circumstance ->
Shakedown Street ->
Looks Like Rain
He's Gone ->
The Other One ->
Stella Blue ->
Johnny B. Goode
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|Me And My Uncle >|
|New Minglewood Blues|
|Easy To Love You|
|Lost Sailor >|
|Saint Of Circumstance >|
|Shakedown Street >|
|Looks Like Rain|
|He's Gone >|
|The Other One >|
|Stella Blue >|
|Johnny B. Goode|
-- Crossfaded numerous tape pauses. The tape was paused during most of the song breaks in Set 1, and for a few in Set 2.
-- d2t06 - Tape flip during "Drums" crossfaded.
-- This is a beautiful recording with wonderful separation of the instruments.
- MAC >> Nakamichi DR-8 => Korg MR-1000 >> DSF [1-bit 5.6448 MHz Stereo] >> Korg MR-1000 => Korg AudioGate >> WAV [24/96]
- Los Angeles, CA
- Run time
- Master Cassettes [FOB, 60' from stage] (Maxell UD XL II) 2 x Nakamichi CM-700 => Sony TC-D5 >> MAC
- Taped by
- Bob Menke
- Transferred by
- Bob Menke, Derek McCabe mastering
Subject: I'm On Board Guys...
Mr. Menke did a superb job of recording the show. It sounds like he's in the sweet spot thirty feet from the stage, not sixty, with his hand-held mic(s). And from the liner notes, if I recall, the crowd outros had to be cross faded for an easy-on-the-senses ambience. That extra work by Derek McCabe is greatly appreciated. Thanks Derek.
Subject: I didn't know Bob Menke very well but he had a great reputation,I also recorded this show myself but ...!
I too liked the "Stella Blue", but I liked others versions better for example, the one I recorded at Winterland '78, (mine doesn't cut like the board), or when it rained at Red Rocks earlier this year '79 so they had to move to McNichol's in Denver, not to mention although I wasn't there, the last day of 6 at the Orpheum in San Francisco in '76 which was broadcast on the radio.
Regardless, of this "Stella Blue" as compared to others; without a doubt having heard many, this is one of the best versions of "Shakedown Street" with that keyboard of Mydland and the jam as as whole -> "Bertha" with the revolving accent (in Bertha on a chosen beat up through and especially beat #5)! The whole show is fairly good just like the San Diego shows before it, yet I'm still a bit partial to the second San Diego show and not because I live now 2 1/2 blocks from where those where; at the time I lived in Hermosa Beach (L.A. county).
Subject: Cool FOB recording
I Loved the Loser and Shakedown. It is cool to hear Brent sing really high (falsetto?) when he first started with the band. Who wold have thought he would befome a growlin' blues monster?
Subject: A great, great show!!!
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